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  • Troy.

  • Joe, How's it going?

  • It's going great.

  • Good.

  • I'm here to ask you 73 questions.

  • I know you, uh You have time for this.

  • I have been Can you tell?

  • I'm really, really excited.

  • I'm excited, too.

  • Good.

  • So tell me, how does it feel?

  • Another your own break from your tour.

  • I am so happy to be home.

  • But also, the last few months have been like the best few months of my life.

  • It's been so fun.

  • How many countries that have been too?

  • I think it was like 15 countries since January.

  • Pretty nuts.

  • What countries fans stand out the most to Oh, uh, China, actually.

  • What was the best part about Torrent?

  • Getting to see the cities, But also opposite playing shows were the worst part about touring.

  • Oh, my God.

  • Jet lag.

  • I'm speaking of Would you like some coffee?

  • Yeah, Let's do it.

  • Okay.

  • How am I gonna take this?

  • Well, I mean, if we were in Australia and I had some huge fancy coffee machine, I would make you a flat way.

  • But all we have is things, so I will give you this.

  • All right.

  • Speaking of Australia, fellow Aussie market.

  • Robbie, give you a shout out under 73 questions, you know I saw.

  • And what do you want to shut out to her?

  • Okay.

  • I love you.

  • Um, we've never met, but I would very, very, very much like to be a friend.

  • Please.

  • That's sweet.

  • Yeah.

  • Thank you.

  • No worries.

  • Okay.

  • How much are you missing?

  • Australia at the moment.

  • Oh, my God.

  • I miss it all the time.

  • Always so much.

  • What is the Australian better at than America?

  • Coffee?

  • Yeah.

  • You may be right.

  • What is America better at than Australia?

  • Um I mean, this California weather is hard to be.

  • What's one thing Americans say that you love the most?

  • I love all the little names you guys have for your snacks and things.

  • Ding Dongs, ho hos, Twinkies, corn dogs.

  • That stuff really cracks me up.

  • What's one thing Australians say that you love the most.

  • I like how inoffensive it is to swear in Australia.

  • It's like it's no big.

  • I'm gonna ask the question.

  • Everyone wanted me to ask you.

  • Okay.

  • What do you bleach in your hair next?

  • Oh, my God.

  • Never, ever maybe one day.

  • But for now, it fried my head.

  • So I'm trying.

  • I'm trying to stay away from that.

  • All right.

  • This is a beautiful home.

  • Thank you.

  • I wish I could say this is my place.

  • It's my manager's house.

  • But I actually did live here for, like, six months when I first moved to L.

  • A nice.

  • And how easy or difficult is it to write music at this point?

  • Your life Who?

  • Uh, you're gonna have to ask me that question in like two weeks because I'm about to start writing.

  • What song of yours has been the most challenging?

  • The right, the good side.

  • Do you always feel like you have something to say?

  • I don't on.

  • That's why I don't always say stuff.

  • I kind of came from Nash.

  • Is it going?

  • It's great in a number of your songs, the lyrics are very personal.

  • Um, yeah.

  • Do you ever get emotional when performing on stage?

  • I do.

  • But the thing that makes me emotion was like seeing people sing the songs back at me and kind of feeling their experiences through the song.

  • If you were stuck on an island with only one of your songs, what song would it be I okay.

  • I know me.

  • It would be easy.

  • First National may have Jacob cameos here.

  • Yeah, you guys have been together for three years.

  • What was your first impression of Troy?

  • My first impression of Troy was that he was confident and very sweet and pretty chill.

  • Thank you.

  • Was it first impression of Jacob?

  • I would say my first impression toll honestly was like the fasting.

  • But then But then sweet and lovely and kind.

  • Please answer the following questions at the same exact time.

  • Okay, Ready?

  • Who's more high maintenance?

  • Jacob, Who's a better dancer?

  • No, I don't feel like either of us.

  • It's definitely I wouldn't say I'm a good dancer.

  • I think maybe like, wiggle around a little bit.

  • It's you who does National of more.

  • No.

  • 100 sent me because I feed him his dinner all the time.

  • And look at you sitting there.

  • Okay?

  • It was each of yours.

  • Celebrity crush, joining this hair styles.

  • Okay, So what's up with these candles?

  • Okay, So these candles, um, I'm like, testing out some sense and things for a little project.

  • Does this smell too floral?

  • Your smells like a cloud in heaven.

  • Thank you.

  • Um, another little project.

  • Can I give me a hand versus Miami?

  • Yes, please.

  • I want to put a little bit of this white nail polish on.

  • That's so true.

  • I love your performance in Boy Raced.

  • It was great.

  • What made you decide to take a role like that?

  • Um, for me, it was, you know, I read the script and was just, like, blowing away and the message and also the cost.

  • I was like, This is gonna be a movie that actually really means something that's gonna be made.

  • Well, yeah.

  • And you said it was such a difficult experience.

  • Um, yeah.

  • I mean, it was terrifying, kind of intimidating.

  • And I feel like I left, though a much more empathetic person.

  • You know, I really kind of just I learned a lot about the issue and about the people with the issue effects and yeah.

  • All right.

  • Let's see how this looks.

  • I think this is to look for me.

  • It's kind of terrible.

  • I'm sorry.

  • I didn't say I was anything, but I think you look really pretty.

  • Thank you.

  • Know what?

  • Single event has impacted you the most in life?

  • Um, probably coming out.

  • You did it on YouTube.

  • I did do it.

  • How did you know when it was the right moment to do that?

  • Um, you know, I just got to this place where I was, like, so gay in my personal life and really proud of it.

  • And I was like, You know what?

  • I want to share this with the whole world that you recently said you felt uncomfortable being called a gay icon.

  • Why is that?

  • Well, I just from experience have seen that the LGBT community is so unbelievably diverse and looks like so many people that to kind of be picked as, like, one of the faces of the community.

  • It just made me really uncomfortable in felt weird and scary.

  • Your mom organized a huge petition to abolish the gay panic law.

  • You tell me a little about Yes.

  • So in Australia, there was this really old law called gay panic, where if somebody murdered someone, but then they were like, Oh, no, they were coming on to me.

  • And I got so scared.

  • I'm not gay.

  • I got so scared that I killed them.

  • Their sentence could get downgraded.

  • And my mom had about it and was like, this is absolutely ludicrous and put together a really big online petition and helped get abolish.

  • That's incredible.

  • Yeah.

  • Do you think growing up with YouTube and sharing your personality and identity with the Internet has prepared you for fame?

  • I think so, to a certain extent, but at the same time, like nothing in this world could prepare me for Vogue.

  • And you like knocking on my friend.

  • Also, I don't think I'm ever gonna get used to that.

  • I didn't come here for compliments.

  • What do you think of when you watch videos of yourself at such a young age?

  • Oh, my God.

  • Uh, orange So hot and wonder why I did the things that I did.